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M. Huxtable, Editorial Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 12, p. i-viii, 2019.PDF icon 345.pdf (300.46 KB)
M. Huxtable, Developing Talents to Create and Offer Knowledge of the Self and the World as Educational Gifts, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 215-231, 2009.
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D. Jackson, How do I learn to inspire and support my primary education students’ creativity in design and technology?: Finding the courage to move from craft to creativity in primary design and technology, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 257-279, 2009.
M. James, Developing a living theory of theopraxis: How do I improve my practice as a professional educator in Religious Education?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 280-294, 2009.
A. Jauch, How can I improve my communication with my sister, so that I can lead a more loving, consistent and harmonious life with her?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 3, pp. 119-169, 2010.
B. K. Jennings, Ethical Incidents’: Experiential learning in an introductory Christian Ethics course, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 58-90, 2016.PDF icon 272.pdf (619.82 KB)
A. Jesudason, How do I improve my practice of training midwives and nurses in the use of Q-Pulse?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 12, pp. 81-102, 2019.PDF icon 337.pdf (397.41 KB)
J. Johnston and Vickers-­Manzin, J., Our Living-Educational-Theory of Knowledge-translation: Improving Practice, Influencing Learners, and Contributing to the Professional Knowledge Base of Nursing, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 1-31, 2014.PDF icon 231paperJen&Janmj.pdf (2.87 MB)
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M. Laidlaw, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, p. i-iv, 2009.
M. Laidlaw, Foreword, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 6, p. i-vii, 2013.PDF icon Laidlaw6(2).pdf (645.8 KB)
M. Laidlaw, Freire, P. (2005). Pedagogy of the oppressed. New York: Continuum. Drawing parallels between Freire’s work and EJOLTS’ processes and values., Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 112-130, 2016.PDF icon 275.pdf (136.69 KB)
M. Laidlaw, Living Hope and Creativity as Educational Standards of Judgement, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 11, pp. 27-64, 2018.PDF icon 326.pdf (506.26 KB)
M. Laidlaw, Overcoming ‘Culture’ Shocks: Learning to do things differently, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 5, pp. 44-98, 2012.
M. Laidlaw, In pursuit of counterpoint: an educational journey, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 1, pp. 69-102, 2008.
M. Laidlaw, How I am trying to lead the best possible life: Towards a more helpful framing of my practice, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 32-75, 2015.PDF icon Laidlaw8(2).pdf (1.57 MB)
M. Laidlaw, Review of Robyn Pound’s PhD thesis How can I improve my health visiting support of parenting? The creation of an alongside epistemology through action enquiry, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 7, pp. 131-133, 2014.PDF icon 241thesisRobyn.pdf (611.39 KB)
Y. Li, How can I help my students promote learner autonomy in english language learning?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 2, pp. 365-398, 2009.
D. Ljubac Mec, Encouraging the independence of students through the project-method, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 8, pp. 1-48, 2015.PDF icon Ljubac_Mec8(1).pdf (1.89 MB)
E. Lohr, Teaching with love: How may I continue to improve my practice as I get older?, Educational Journal of Living Theories, vol. 9, pp. 112-130, 2016.PDF icon 274.pdf (422.54 KB)

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